Your loved one deserves a choice in how, where and with whom they want to live. Families should be allowed to create a housing model that emerges from the person, not the person fitting the model, thus getting the life they want, as we are all distinct. Our models may all be different. However, they do share a common thread, which is the lack of long-term sustainable funding in order to make these dreams a reality for our loved one. Home of Their Own, along with Catherine Fife – MPP Kitchener – Waterloo (NDP Finance Critic), have worked...read more
Christian Horizons West District offers Equip – Learning My Way! courses for adults with developmental disabilities. These courses have been uniquely designed to enhance community participation supports and career development for people supported by Christian Horizons and those in the community.
Equip! Learning My Way is a great way for people to learn about things that are interesting to them in an environment that caters to the person’s learning style.
2017 Fall Workshop...read more
Autism Ontario is inviting families that have children with ASD to come out and enjoy Playfit Kids Club in Cambridge!
This will be a private facility party with full use including play structure, pizza, snacks & drinks.
Date: Sunday, October 1st
Location: 366 Hespeler Rd, Cambridge
Registration opens August 25th
Camp Ki-Wa-Y is offering an outdoor recreation home schooling program. This program will offer an inclusive environment for all children in an outdoor environment, offering a variety of outdoor activities appropriate to the season and weather conditions.
Fall Activities will include Canoeing, Low Ropes, High Ropes, and Games: Field Games -Capture the Flag, Nose Paint Game, Stones; Cooperative Game; Initiative Games, Nature Games –Camouflage, Sardines, Nature Games, and Camp Craft Skills: Fire Building, Shelter...read more
Project READ Literacy Network is seeking an energetic, compassionate and creative individual to facilitate its Get Set Learn Family Literacy Program. This contract position is for 11 weeks. See the job posting for detailsread more
Adopt4Life – Ontario’s Adoptive Parent Association, is a community of people with lived experience of adoption, that strengthens and empowers parents to achieve permanency for children so that they reach their full potential.
The Parent2Parent Support Network connects adoptive parents to important post-adoption supports. This includes; individual support, identification of local, therapeutic, respite, and other resources for parents; creation and improvement of parent support groups; and the pairing of families...read more
CADDAC is a national, not-for-profit, organization providing leadership and support in awareness, education and advocacy for ADHD organizations and individuals across Canada.
Upcoming events and information:
ADHD Parent Readiness Education Program – September 16th & 17th, Toronto, ON
ADHD PREP is a comprehensive 12 hour program geared to parents of newly diagnosed children and adolescents with ADHD, and parents wishing to upgrade their knowledge on the more...
The Family Centre has shared their August 2017 newsletter. Find out what’s happening at The Family Centre and with all the great community partners here!read more